Re-rastering Composited Layers on Scale Change
Starting in Chrome 53, all content is re-rastered when its transform scale changes, if it does not have the
will-change: transform CSS property. In other words,
will-change: transform means "please animate it fast".
Web Animations API Hits Cross-browser Milestone
Firefox 48 joins Chrome in shipping a native implementation of the Web Animations API.
Web Animations Improvements in Chrome 50
Better specification compliance and new features coming in Chrome 50.
Web Animations Resources
Resources and more for the Web Animations API
Simplified Concepts in Web Animations Naming
In response to developer feedback, some upcoming features of Web Animations are being renamed.
Web Animations Playback Control in Chrome 39
Learn about Web Animation Playback
Web Animations - element.animate() is now in Chrome 36
Web Animations define a model for supporting animation and synchronization on the Web platform. element.animate() is the first of those pieces landing in Chrome.
New Web Animations engine in Blink drives CSS Animations & Transitions
An implementation of Web Animations 1.0 has landed in Blink powering CSS Animations and Transitions.